Further re-issues of Teenage Fanclub's later, slightly lesser known works. Man-Made was originally released in 2005 (how time flies) and once again showcases their mellow, gently maturing brand of jangle pop and classic rock. They travelled from their native Scotland to Chicago to record this with Tortoise's John McEntire who adds subtle shades and textures to their loveable comfy jumper form of guitar music. This re-issues comes with a bonus 7" of rare tracks.    

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180g vinyl reissue LP on PeMa. Includes bonus 7".

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Man-Made by Teenage Fanclub
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9/10 Clinton 28 November 2006
I need brightening up....hey look whose coming along the road  - Teenage Fanclub with their brand new sparkling pop record. They always seem like such unassuming chaps and aren't afraid to wear a comfortable jumper with pride.  As usual there's a host of 60's derived melodies with soft vocal harmonies but this time the production by John McEntire of Tortoise is tight and clean giving it that Chicago sound as peddled by folks like The Sea and Cake.  It sounds mighty fine to me and the songs sound much stronger than the frail 'Howdy' record they did a few years ago. A Clint  pick of the week.



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